<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div><div class='quotemain'>Ben Gordon confirmed a London newspaper report that Luol Deng has convinced him to play for the Great Britain national team. "He had a lot to do with it," Gordon said. "I'll talk to somebody after the season about it." Gordon was born in London but moved to New York when he was a few months old. Deng helped carry the English squad into Division A of European championship qualifying last summer.</div> Colangelo's loss. Britain is going to have a one-two punch that they can depend on that will have great chemistry, and could potentially play something like the next 12 years together. This is a legit medal contending team now. They will be even more dangerous if Buke decides to play for them.